Donald Trump raged against CBS News’s “60 Minutes” on Sunday evening after the program aired an interview with his former cybersecurity chief Christopher Krebs.
The angry president responded by firing off a tweet accusing accused producers of the program of not contacting the White House for comment about remarks made by Krebs, formerly head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, regarding the integrity of the 2020 elections.
Trump fired Krebs earlier this month after Krebs said the elections were “the most secure in American history.”
Trump has baselessly claimed that the presidential election was stolen by his opponent, President-elect Joe Biden, via massive voter fraud in key swing states and has launched a number of legal challenges in battleground states such as Pennsylvania and Michigan in recent weeks, seeking to overturn the results of the presidential election. The lawsuits have so far failed to gain any traction in courts across the country.
Krebs told CBS News in the interview aired Sunday that he stands by his comments defending the election’s integrity, which the president pointed to when firing him as director of the cybersecurity agency earlier in November.
“We did a good job. We did it right. I’d do it a thousand times over,” he said in the interview.
.@60Minutes never asked us for a comment about their ridiculous, one sided story on election security, which is an international joke. Our 2020 Election, from poorly rated Dominion to a Country FLOODED with unaccounted for Mail-In ballots, was probably our least secure EVER!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2020